An inside look at Canisius celebrating its sweep at Air Force last weekend.
Looking back, as much as I’ve improved over time and as hard as I’ve worked to get where I am today, it’s been something pretty special.
- Miami’s Garrett Kennedy has become an important player for the RedHawks, a testament to his dedication and development.
The one thing you know about [Dean Blais’s] teams is that they’re going to play hard in all three zones. For a forward like my son, that’s fantastic. They’re allowed to push the pace and they don’t have to skate backwards through the neutral zone. Not only is it exciting for the fans to watch, but it’s fantastic for their development.
- Rick Zombo, one of three former NHLers who played for Dean Blais who now have sons skating for Blais at Nebraska-Omaha
North Dakota’s Through These Doors presents a powerful look at what college hockey has meant to the program’s four seniors.
This four-year experience, I wouldn’t trade for anything else.
- RIT’s captain and leading scorer, Chris Saracino, could surely play some pro hockey - but after this season he will hang up the skates and pursue a law degree
Growing up in Canada, a lot of players play in Major Juniors, but I was lucky enough that my dad played in college so he took me to a couple of college games when I was younger. It never really was a decision for me, and my parents always stressed the importance of education so I knew I was going to play college hockey. I have never regretted the decision.
- North Dakota junior Dillon Simpson, whose father was a star at Michigan State and in the NHL
“It’s an atmosphere I don’t think any of us have played in front of before. We were excited from the get-go. To have that kind of support is unbelievable.” - Quinnipiac sophomore Matthew Peca
Photo via quinnipiacbobcats.com
The neat thing is because this is a small school you’re playing in front of your fellow students you see in class.
- Niagara goaltender Carsen Chubak on the environment at Purple Eagles games